Weight of steel
Steel is an alloy of iron and carbon. It is one of the most common and useful materials in construction, mechanical engineering and countless other applications. The weight of steel can be calculated by multiplying the volume of steel by the density of steel. The density of steel is about 7.85 kg/cm³.
Weight of stainless steel
Stainless steel is an alloy of iron, chromium, nickel and other elements. It is widely used because of its corrosion resistance and aesthetic appeal. The density of stainless steel varies depending on its composition, but is generally between 7.80 and 8.05 kg/cm³.
Weight of ceramic materials
Ceramic materials are non-metallic, inorganic materials formed by heating clay or other mineral raw materials. Ceramics are widely used in construction and the production of tools, machine parts and decorative objects. The density of ceramics varies depending on its composition and can range from 1.00 to 7.00 kg/cm³.
Weight of plastics
Plastics are synthetic or semi-synthetic materials produced by polymerization or condensation reactions. They are lightweight, durable and have good insulating properties. The density of plastics varies depending on the type of plastic and can range from 0.9 to 2.3 kg/cm³.